The Caddo Bruins did not had an easy season on the road this year, dropping all six of their road game, including a 44-0 loss on Nov. 1 to Weleetka High.

The loss was the Bruins’ second straight after getting their second win of the season Oct. 17 against Maud. The team’s Oct. 25 road game saw Wetumka win 22-8.

Caddo did’t put up much offense in the Nov. 1 game against Weleetka, but sophomore Hunter Speers led the team with 82 all purpose yards in the game. The Outlaws put up all 44 of their points in the first half of the game, scoring 28 points in the first quarter and 16 in the second quarter.

The loss dropped Caddo to 1-3 in district play and 2-7 on the season.

The Bruins finished their season against Strother at home last week, where the Bruins have a winning 2-1 record on the season, but that game was played after press time for this issue.

Caddo opened the season with a 58-16 loss to Wilson High and then fell 54-6 the following week to Dewar High, which was the team’s only home loss of the season up to the final game of the season. After a Homecoming victory over Thackerville on Sept. 20, the Bruins dropped their next three games, all of which were on the road. Ryan High won 30-20 on Sept. 27, then Waurika High won 64-12 and Canadian blanked the Bruins by a score of 50-0.